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FOX News
Jul 30, 2009 3:00pm EDT
until happy hour. jonathan hunt will breakdown which beers will start at the white house summit. and there is a new warning about text messaging. a serious glitch which allows hackers to take over your personal communications device. you can stop it. it is easy. we will show you how. he has been trying to fix a sagging economy and overseeing the wars in iraq and afghanistan. despite all that is on his plate, president obama's approval rating continues to slide. according to a new poll, 56% said that they approved of the job he is doing. it is important to know that every president's approval rating slides. could these new numbers hamper his efforts to get his agenda through? what can the president do to fix those numbers? we're joined by a public relations professor from new york university. he is the author of the book " the practice of public relations." he is our guest nixon -- he is doing things well and what he considered to be not so well. >> he needs to get that mojo back. the best pr is common sense. he has been terrific at it. what he should have done is he should have
FOX News
Jul 23, 2009 7:00pm EDT
al qaeda leaders are believed by much of the world to be hiding out. jonathan hunt with a look at the bin laden family. first with cat herridge. what do we know about saad? >> the treasury department froze his assets because his alleged link to al qaeda and iran. in late 2001 saad facilitated the travel of osama bin laden's family members from afghanistan to iran. he was part of a small group of al qaeda members that was involved in managing the terrorist organization from iran. through a series of bombings in midwest and south africa, he was placed under house arrest by the iranians and he left iran for pakistan at the end of last year. shep. shepard: what do we know how he was killed, catherine? >> there is a, quote, high level of confidence that saad is dead but they're leaving the door open for now until they get more evidence, like d.n.a. they believe he was killed in a drone attack in the tribal areas of pakistan and was not the intended target but collateral damage. shepard: so the thinking here is he's dead. do you know if a psychological blow this would be to al qaeda
FOX News
Jul 28, 2009 7:00pm EDT
of a church. the fox report's chief correspondent jonathan hunt is in our newsroom. witnesses say they tried to confront the suspect right after that shooting. >> yeah. gary hepner was one of those witnesses and he stood next to dr. tiller as he was shot. he followed the shooter out into the church parking lot and this is what he says happened next. take a listen. >> as i exited the building, i got a couple steps into the grass. and he turned around and said i've got a gun and i'll shoot you. and i just froze. >> another witness, keith martin, told a similar story of confronting the shooter who both witnesses identified as scott roder in the parking lot. both of them essentially saying that mr. roder seemed intent on killing anyone who stood in his way. shepard: the suspect never talked today, right? >> no. scott roder said absolutely nothing today. his attorney entered his not guilty plea for him. he has been giving several interviews in which he has not admitted responsibility but has said he believes the killing of dr. tiller was justified. so no word from him today. he listened intently.
FOX News
Jul 13, 2009 7:00pm EDT
. and the chief fox report correspondent jonathan hunt has more on this story. this new information shows the attack was planned well in advance, according to the police. >> yeah, the cops got a very upclose look at this attack because of all those surveillance cameras the billings have h. placed around their home to help them keep a tab on all those children. and they say what they see from watching these surveillance videos is that this was, quote, well-planned, well-thought out, and well executed. a two-pronged attack. two teams of attackers, if you like, dressed as the cops put it in ninja garb, entering from two sides of the house. all of this entire incident, shep, took less than 10 minutes. cops say it had to have been planned well in advance. shepard: now to motive. cops say one was definitely robbery. but those same police say there may have been other reasons for this attack. it feels like there is something they are not telling us there. >> yeah. it does feel like that. sheriff david morgan on his press conference just a couple hours ago was very keen to say robbery was a motiv
FOX News
Jul 29, 2009 7:00pm EDT
correspondent jonathan hunt is here now. the lawyers said they interviewed him because this scam actually runs deeper than a lot of folks realize. >> bernie madoff has not implicated anybody else at all in this entire scheme. the lawyers who interviewed him say they believe many more people must simply have known what he was up to, and they intend to go after all of them. listen. >> the accountants, lawyers that were involved, other traders that were involved, all the hedge fund managers. >> he did this for too many years. the public view of it being a small 17th floor, just a few people doing it. there is a whole lot of bigger story. >> talking of others who may or may not have been involved in this. ruth madoff, bernie mad off's wife is now the target of a $45 million civil lawsuit saying she lived a life of splendor off the back of his wrongdoing. she has, of course, not been charged with any criminal acts, shep. shepard: madoff talked about how he got away with this thing for such a long period of time and apparently tried to show a little bit of remorse. >> according to the lawyers again,
Jul 26, 2009 6:00pm EDT
operating these vehicles is not just happening on metro. and as fox's jonathan hunt reports, many states are proposing strict new legislation to keep passengers safe. >> reporter: the deadliest crash yet involving a distracted driver happened last september. 25 people, including the driver, killed when a metro link commuter train collided head-on with a union pacific freight train outside los angeles. the driver robert sanchez didn't even hit the brakes before impact and investigators found he'd been sending text messages just seconds before the accident. it appears to be a growing problem. technology causing drivers to take their eyes off the road or off the tracks. >> the hand held devices are doing more and more things. you can do almost anything with them and the temptation to use them when you're in a job that is repettive and that may be boring is very tempting. >> reporter: but that same technology is also helping to catch those distracted drivers. states are now scrambling to deal with the problem. at least 38 either have or are planninto introduce laws banning all cell phone use
FOX News
Jul 23, 2009 3:00pm EDT
. jonathan hunt has a closer look at the family tied to terror. first, catherine herridge. your sources say he is likely dead. >> officials say they're strong signs that saad bin laden is dead. they want certainty because this could be a sensitive kill. it typically involves dna identification or dental records. sometimes, their ripple to pick up conversations that indicated the jubilant dead. i've been told they believe that a strike earlier this year took him out. he was collateral damage. even if not the intended target. shepard: he had ties to iran, right? >> this is an interesting element. officials say he was not a big- time player, but a big-time game. in january of this year, the treasury department froze his assets along with other operatives. treasury said that in late 2001, saad facilitated the travel of 0 osama bin laden's family members from afghanistan to iran. he made key decisions for al qaeda and was part of a small group of al qaeda members that was involved in managing the terrorist organization from iran. that might be one of his most important contributions to the netwo
FOX News
Jul 28, 2009 3:00pm EDT
. shepard: the witness went on to give a detailed description. jonathan hunt has new details on all of this. that witness was right next to dr. tiller. >> the witness was standing with the doctor. there were at a table in the sanctuary of the church. he told the court today that he had just picked up a doughnut, taken a bite -- he noticed somebody opened the door and come into the sanctuary. here is what happened next, according to him. >> the gentleman had walked over and put a gun right up to george's head and shot him. i was not for sure because it was not allowed. it was a loud pop. i was not sure if it was a cap gun or not. >> he says that he then followed the shooter, who he identified in court as scott rhoder. he said, i have a gun, i will shoot you. at that point, he let him go. shepard: it sounds as if he was pretty easy going through all of this and he did it with great ease. what has the demeanor been inside the courtroom? >> varery calm, reflecting the demeanor that witnesses said that he had. he took a few notes here and there. he was clearly listening intently, but no great sh
Jul 26, 2009 10:00pm EDT
to legislate and enhance safety measures to prevent distractions. fox's jonathan hunt has more details tonight. >> reporter: the deadliest crash yet involving a distracted driver happened last september. 25 people, including the driver, killed when a metro link commuter train collided head-on with a union pacific freight train outside los angeles. the metro link driver robert sanchez didn't even hit the brakes before impact and investigators found he'd been sending text messages just seconds before the accident. it appears to be a growing problem. technology causing drivers to take their eyes off the road or off the tracks. >> the hand held devices are doing more and more things. you can do almost anything with them and the temptation to use them when you're in a job that is repetitive and that may be boring is very tempting. >> reporter: but that same technology is also helping to cash those distracted drivers. states are now scrambling to deal with the problem. at least 38 either have or are planning to introduce laws banning all cell phone use while driving. >> there is enough of a problem
FOX News
Jul 30, 2009 7:00pm EDT
jonathan hunt is in the newsroom tonight. jonathan, we hadn't expected the vice president there. we hadn't expected that the sergeant and the professor would have met before this meeting. >> that was news to us. i think when you look at the vice president turning up their, shep. it's a simple numbers thing i think otherwise president obama would have had to sit on one side of that table with one of the men while the other was alone on his other side. then you can imagine exactly how everybody would have portrayed that gesture. so having the vice president there, even things up if you like and i think at this press conference. one of the questions that people might want sergeant crowley is how did he come to write in the report that the woman who made that 911 call told him when he showed up on scene that she had seen two black men going. in that apparently is what he wrote in his police report. it is not, according to the woman, who made the 911 call, what she said to him at all. so, that's another question that it will be interesting if he answers tonight, shep. shepard: more than anyth
FOX News
Jul 15, 2009 7:00pm EDT
jonathan hunt with new details. back to this prison. it looks like some of the guards might be in one whale of a bit of trouble there. tell bus it. >> the department of corrections has just announced, shep, three correctional officers may have been negligent in supervising those three prisoners who ultimately escaped. those prisoners were involved in helping in the maintenance of a network of tunnels which has always been underneath this prison. apparently, these correctional officers did not supervise them, did not watch them as they carried out their work in those tunnels. that obviously would have given them time to plan their escape and to make any preparations necessary. although there is no indication as yet that these officers actually physically aided and abetted the escape, just that they were negligent in supervising those prisoners. shepard: jonathan, there was a large scale search underway for these guys. now we understand they have called it off? >> yes, basically the department of corrections and authorities that are involved in this search are saying they called off this larg
FOX News
Jul 16, 2009 7:00pm EDT
just how the mission went down in real time. the fox report's chief correspondent jonathan hunt with details. >> shep, it was without doubt one of the greatest moments of the 20th century. now those of us who watched it at the time can get to relive it all and those who have never seen it can get to experience the thrill of man's first mission to the moon. >> 30 seconds and counting. astronauts report it feels good. >> it felt good for all of us 40 years ago as apollo 11 prepared for launch. >> six, five, four, three, two, one, zero, all engines running, liftoff, we have a liftoff. 32 minneapolis past the hour. liftoff on apollo 11. >> with nasa now making all the communications of the entire mission available, we're getting a fascinating glimpse of what was on the minds of astronauts neil armstrong, buzz aldrin, and mike collins as they headed into space and into history. there is a lot of technical talk, obviously, but there is also talk about the view from space and looking down on earth's weather. >> most of the united states was clear and it looked like a front stretching f
FOX News
Jul 20, 2009 3:00pm EDT
responsibility jonathan hunt is looking into these things. we're hearing more and more about these incidents does this mean the public transport system in trouble or we're just hearing more about it because there are so many more news feeds? >> i think that's part of it but you only need to watch the news on any day of pretty much any given week and you'd seen reports of one of these transport problems. that san francisco crash over the weekend, the fourth major commuter rail or subway crash in the country in just the last 10 months. it's important to note we don't know the cause of this one. the driver, as you said, has told investigators he blacked out. they'll be looking at his medical history. there will be questions, of course, over whether he was using some sort of personal communication device a cell phone, texting, perhaps. or listening to an ipod. that, of course, has been the case in at least two of those other four major crashes in the last 10 months. so there is an issue. safety experts are looking into it. shepard: are they considering shut downing the entire national transportation
FOX News
Jul 17, 2009 7:00pm EDT
the original sentence inadequate and unjust. jonathan hunt is here with more. >> the attorney general of alabama cannot legally be part of the appeal. he is doing everything he can to influence the appeal and to try to get a longer prison term. the attorney general says that australia is in danger of getting the same reputation as the island of aruba where an american teenager disappeared. the australian courts have only themselves to blame for that. >> it sends all the wrong signals. if you are looking for a destination to go and kill anyone, you can go to australia. once you get there, you can kill them and you can walk away without facing the kind of justice that you should pay for those kinds of acts. >> he also says that tina watson's family feels betrayed. he let her drown on the ocean floor. betrayed by the australian court system. if her family does not get justice in australia when the appeal court rules, he will do everything he can to see they do get justice in alabama. >> we will follow our conscience and alabama law. when horrible crimes are committed and when there are b
FOX News
Jul 21, 2009 3:00pm EDT
, and banned from the stadium for life. joining us is jonathan hunt. why do they hate the becks all of a sudden? >> he has got to play for a first-grade team, and with all due respect to the l.a. galaxy, they are not really as first rate as them. in the end, we know he only came over here because of victoria wanted to come over her career crashed and burned. i could have told is a pretty hard way to make a living. ep
FOX News
Jul 13, 2009 4:00pm EDT
information from florida, an hour and jonathan hunt will have more on "the fox report" at 7:00 p.m. eastern. for now, that is it. i am shepard smith on "studio b ." neil cavuto is next with "your world." >> your nomination, i view, with a great sense of personal pride. you are, in deeds, a very special woman. >> now, our presence here is about a nominee who is supremely well qualified. stuart: is the judge getting a free pass? when welcome, everybody. i am stuart varney in 4 neil cavuto, and this is "your world" -- welcome, everybody. i am stuart varney in 4 neil cavuto -- in for neil cavuto. center lindsey graham said it would take a complete meltdown to stop perk -- senator lindsey graham said that. -- a complete meltdown to stop her. as a senator joins us. in your introductory remarks, you said the following -- a senator joins us. you said she may allow or embrace decision making based on your biases and prejudices. if you believe that on the supreme court, she would act with bias and prejudice, could you vote for her? >> no, and that is part of the reason to suggest that she
FOX News
Jul 22, 2009 7:00pm EDT
before constituents. tonight, we report and you decide. have you been to the supermarket lately? jonathan hunt has, he noticed a change. >> there are more types of chips. shepard: super size, a silver lining to our financial troubles? this should be entertaining. artichoke dip or boneless buffalo wings. then two applebee's signature entrees, like our seven ounce house sirloin or always tempting oriental chicken salad. genuine food generous portions genius price that's applebee's version of value, every day. two for twenty. only at applebee's. the dodge chrysler and jeep summer clearance is here, and it's the best time to get some of the best deals. get in now and get the chrysler town & country with a generous cash allowance, or 0% financing for 60 months. the trail rated jeep grand cherokee also comes with a cash allowance or 0% financing for 60 months. or choose a hard working all new dodge ram truck with a cash allowance that's tough to beat. all with our best in the business lifetime powertrain warranty. so hurry come see the deals we've built for you at the dodge chrysler and jeep su
Jul 21, 2009 5:00pm EDT
perfectly safe. in north korea, jonathan hunt, fox news. >> very funny. who sings that song, turn around bright eyes? >> kim carnes. >> i don't remember. that might be right. somebody help me in my ear. >> but better yet, those are all myths. none of that stuff happens. >> it's cool to see that. i've never seen a full eclipse. i've seen a partial several times but it has to be a miraculous thing. >>> and we have a one lone some thunderstorm popping up. what happens to the clear evenings out there. it's kind of muggy now and heat and humidity is coming back. it looks like it will make a return out there. the washington monument on our live tower view out there. now just in the last little while, we have -- that's right, bonnie tyler. do you remember that? bright eyes. now you know. here is what is happening out there right now with the max hd live radar. you can see a shower, a thunderstorm popping up here. this is very close to our radar site. and it's popping up around bury, severn is up here, here is i-95 off of the belt. and up into prince george's county. it's moving very slowly. i g
FOX News
Jul 20, 2009 7:00pm EDT
of public trains and buses. how are they trained and what are they doing? chief correspondent jonathan hunt has been looking into all of that. >> this crash is san francisco is the fourth major commuter rail or subway crash in the country in the last 10 months. we don't yet know what caused that accident. only that the driver has told investigators he blacked out before it happened. clearly the frequency of public transit accidents is a major worry for anyone who steps aboard a bus, a train, or a trolley. whose hands are we putting our lives in? most importantly what are those hands doing. >> the most deadliest crash yet happened last september, 25 people, including the driver, killed when a metro link commuter train dlidded -- collided head on with a freight train outside of los angeles. the metro link driver robert sanchez didn't even hit the brakes before impact and investigators found he had been sending text messages, just seconds before the accident. it appears to be a growing problem. technology causing drivers to take their eyes off the road or off the tracks. >> the hand held devic
FOX News
Jul 27, 2009 7:00pm EDT
, the police officer, and the professor. chief correspondent jonathan hunt in the newsroom. lots of audio recordings from police and nothing about race. what was with the police report. >> we don't know how that police report came to be written and came to include that information of a report that two black men were allegedly breaking in to that house. what we heard today from the police officer who was actually on the scene, sergeant james crowley was simply a call back to his station in which he said he was investigating that report and the man he was questioning was being unhelpful. listen. >> what we don't hear, shep, is the actual conversation between sergeant crowley and professor gates. that, of course, would tell the full tale of what happened there. unfortunately for us, nobody what is recording that information. information. shepard: not that they are not releasing it. no one is backing down. >> no. professor gates still believes quite plainly if this would not have happened were he not a black man. on the other hand, sergeant crowley supporters, we haven't heard from him direct
FOX News
Jul 20, 2009 1:00pm EDT
, including reports of the operator just blacked out. the chief fox report correspondent jonathan hunt with a closer look at who is driving our transportation. box number two, two off-duty firefighters rescue a child from a burning car. we'll show you the rest of the video and talk to one of the hero firefighters live on "studio b." and in box three, hunting pythons. have you seen any of these stories out of florida? a python takes on a gator and kills that gator over and over. these pythons are massive. there's a hunt going on. we are on the hunt. experts trap and killing the snake that can grow larger than a car. hear from one of the people who has three. children and was there. they caught this python. and why they've unleashed the hunters on florida. plus we have food today. this dude copies the recipes, puts them on the website so you can get some of your favorite stuff and h
FOX News
Jul 30, 2009 1:00pm EDT
their glasses, jonathan hunt, who has been known to spend a bit of time in a pub goes out for a beer. that is next. wn advocate. be sure to talk to your doctor before you begin an aspirin regimen. you take care of your kids, now it's time to take care of yourself. what heals me? girls' night out. and for damage from acid reflux disease, my nexium. announcer: for many, one prescription nexium pill a day can heal damage to the esophagus that acid reflux disease may cause over time. and nexium can provide 24-hour heartburn relief. headache, diarrhea, and abdominal pain are possible side effects of nexium and other serious stomach conditions may still exist. announcer: ask your doctor about the healing purple pill. learn how you can save online. if you can't afford your medication, astrazeneca may be able to help. martha: this is a fox news alert. this is big news from capitol hill. the house is going along with president obama's plan to kill what has been seen as an over- budget fighter jet, but balking at his demand to eliminate other big-ticket items. jennifer griffin has been followi
Jul 21, 2009 7:00am EDT
-like grace land. the property owner have not proposed developing the site. jonathan hunt, fox news. >>> back to the rehearsal of michael jackson. a source close to the negotiation says sony paid $50 million for the rights of the video and may come out with a physicalm. >>> in other entertainment news, a member of the beastie boys has been diagnosed with cancer. adam yonk made the announcement on his website. he has a tumor on his salivary gland. he's expected to maca full recovery and says his vocal cords are not affected. the group canceled summer tour plans. >>> after pling guilty to assaulting rihanna, chris brown has announced a public policy. >> i am ashamed for what i've done. my mother and spiritual leaders have made me known of that. i am truly sorry i wasn't able to handle situation differently. >> he says he wanted to speak out sense the attack back in february but his lawyers wouldn't let him do that. he claims he is getting help to make sure it doesn't happen again. >>> it nearly hit the chopping block, but an annual summer series is underway. the screen on the green film festiva
Jul 11, 2009 9:00am EDT
hunters with permits. however the national park has made it clear hunting will not be permitted on their grounds. instead they've promised to curb the python using nonlethal methods. >>> jonathan sanchez pitched the season's first no-hitter against the padres. here's hakem dermish. >>> good morning, everyone. we're starting with babel. nationals' third baseman was out for the first time because of the death in his family. his fwrantd mother passed ay on wednesday. manager manny acta says he expected zimmerman to rejoin the team this weekend. nats and astros back at it. nick johnson at the plate with man on third. johnson sends a shot to deep center e field off the wall. nyjer morgan scores easily after stealing second and third. johnson rolls into second with an rbi double. the very next batter is adam done, the texas native getting things done here. singles up the middle. johnson who was up at second is september home. he's not a very fast guy. michael bourn comes up throwing and it's a perfect throw. johnson doesn't even have a chance. out at the plate. top nine. games tied at
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